firescape

firescape

(ˈfaɪəˌskeɪp)
vb (tr)
to arrange the features of (a garden or other area of land) in a way that inhibits the spread of fire, for example by increasing the amount of open space and cultivating fire-resistant plants
ˈfirescaping n
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HOCHIKI EUROPE'S emergency lighting system, FIREscape, has received a top industry accolade at the prestigious Fire Excellence Awards 2011.
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Santa Barbara's Firescape Demonstration Garden, at 2411 Stanwood Drive, is a 1.
As forests born in the sunshine of 1989 begin to close in the views in firescapes, views that were only created in 1988 are vanishing, and will not return until the next large fires visit these forests several centuries from now.
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Two blossoms of light, light across a dark grey building manned by a dancing tree, rows of tan firescapes hit by the sweetness of six o'clock light.
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